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The Arizona State University Police Department is recommending charges against four protesters who followed Democratic Sen. Kirsten Cinema into the bathroom earlier this month and recorded the incident.

ASU Police, the Office of Cinema and the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office have investigated the incident. AZ Mirror reported. ASU Police Department spokesman Adam Wolfe told the outlet that ASU police are now asking county prosecutors to rape the four men.


He said the four people, whose names have not been released, have allegedly committed disorderly conduct and disrupted an educational institution.

Cinema recording worker in ASU bathroom defends action, accusing critics of being ‘tone police’

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“I don’t want to go beyond the Maricopa County Attorney’s office to release the name, because it’s still being processed and I don’t want to interfere if they choose to prosecute,” he said.

Immigration activists confronted Sinima outside a classroom on campus on October 3 and later followed her to a bathroom on the “route to citizenship” for illegal immigrants. He recorded the incident, and the next day the cinema condemned his actions in a press release.

“It is unacceptable for activist organizations to allow their members to put themselves at risk by illegal activities such as gaining entry into closed university buildings, disrupting the learning environment and filming students in a restroom,” Sinima said in a press release. Instruct to put.”

Cinema being chased in the bathroom after months of liberal media pressure against Arizona Democrats

“In the 19 years I have been teaching at ASU, I have been committed to creating a safe and intellectually challenging environment for my students,” the senator continued. “Yesterday, that atmosphere was violated. My students were unfairly and illegally victimized. It is completely unfair.”

Dr. Sofia Marjanovic, one of the immigrant activists facing Sinema, defended her actions in a Facebook post earlier this month, accusing critics of being “tone police”.

“None of you have the right to tone down the police to my desperate demands for labor protection, which I have suffered after surviving human trafficking because of the f-ed up gig economy,” Marjanovic wrote. Facebook Post.

Cinema returns after far-left activists record in AASU bathroom: ‘unacceptable behaviour’

“For now, connect with the fact that you are on stolen Indigenous land and Indigenous women and children go missing and are murdered because we don’t have stable jobs, stable housing, clean water, clean food, or stable There is no access to decent healthcare. The fact that indigenous peoples are assimilated and educated upheld our end of the treaty,” she continued.

The incident came amid moderate outcry that Cinema and Sen. Joe Manchin, both moderate Democrats, reiterated that they would not support the price tag on the $3.5 trillion spending package imposed by his party.

While he was on his houseboat, Munchkin was also confronted by a group of kayakers by demonstrators at the same time as Sinima.

Sen. Joe Manchin, DW.Va., a centrist Democrat critical to the fate of President Joe Biden's $3.5 trillion domestic agenda, is surrounded by reporters outside the Capitol on Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021 in Washington.  (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Manchin confronted by kayakers in his DC houseboat

President Biden, when asked about the incidents, replied, “I don’t think they are the proper strategy, but it happens to everyone.”

“There are only people who don’t have the Secret Service,” Biden said.

He added: “So, it’s part of the process.”